We had been into Birmingham for a couple of beers and on the way back decided to go to the old family friend the curry garden which I can remember 42 years ago, and you know what it hasn't changed. This is an original decor restaurant with character. The food started off which freshly cooked poppadoms with watery mint sauce and some chopped onion with tomato and cucumber, not good, for starters I had samosa and Harry had onion bhaji, the samosa were two minute triangles that tasted like they were bought from a supermarket and the bhaji was as crispy as the burnt bits fell away. So far less than impressed, main coarse I had chicken tikka jalfrezi which was magnificent and Harry had prawn bhuna which was a little too hot for him but he soldiered through, we shared a fried rice and a nan bread, with two pints the bill came to £27 if they can get their act together and improve the quality of sauces and starters I don,t think I would go anywhere else. The other thing there was little or no atmosphere however it was very early evening
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